Yasseen Mansour is an Egyptian businessman who has a net worth of $2.3 billion. The youngest of Egypt’s three Mansour brothers, Yasseen Mansour has made an active contribution to the rise of the family business, the Mansour Group. He began his career at Mansour Automotive Company in 1986, successfully managing several companies in various sectors.
Then he founded Manfoods, which is the owner and operator of the McDonald’s franchise in Egypt. However, most of Yasseen’s fortune comes from the Mansour Group, which owns General Motors and Caterpillar dealerships. Apart from being a successful businessman, Yasseen is a dedicated philanthropist and as such he is a co-founder and active member of the Lead Foundation, as well as an active board member of the National Cancer Institute, and Secretary General of the Future Foundation. Together with his brothers, he debuted on the Forbes African Billionaires List in November 2012, with Yasseen being listed as #13.
|Net Worth:||$2.3 Billion|
|Date of Birth:||Jun 9, 2015 (6 years old)|
|Profession:||Part owner, Mansour Group|